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It works by sending a stop signal to the processor at a high frequency, causing it to slow down
Modifying the DirectX 9 renderer to enable RTX Remix on Unreal Engine 1
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Meanwhile, the Switch 2 will be coming out soon with specs that can outperform the Steam Deck
Faster USB4 devices could start appearing in 2024
It's in the Insider channels for now, but could arrive to stable builds soon
The handheld universal lunar camera will go up with Artemis III
In a nutshell: Microsoft has just introduced yet another feature for its Copilot service, an extension designed to provide "intelligent" advice and automations based on a company's own financial data. Privacy and data security have been taken into account, the company vows.
Foreign spies are learning how to sabotage critical infrastructure, Australian intelligence agency warns
Adversarial nations could plan a major disruption in the future
AMD Radeon RX 7900 GRE Re-Review: You Can Buy the Golden Rabbit Now
AMD X3D CPU Versus: 5800X3D vs 5700X3D vs 5600X3D
Asus ROG Swift PG32UCDM Review
Interview with Intel's CEO: Pat Gelsinger describes a different kind of foundry
Nvidia and AMD Price Cut Battle, Great GPUs Discontinued
This chip will self-destruct in three, two...
The deal includes rights to the original title, an upcoming sequel and any potential future release
Biden orders security probe into Chinese "connected" vehicles, labeling them a potential security threat
"I'm not going to let that happen on my watch"
Rumor mill: Although the last few generations of AMD graphics cards have matched their Nvidia equivalents in rasterization performance and often featured more memory, Team Red has been a step behind in hardware-accelerated ray tracing ever since it debuted in consumer hardware. New information regarding the company's next GPU lineup suggests the situation won't change.
Good news for EV enthusiasts
Meta continues prioritizing user content over news
Non-Pro iPhones could support always-on display in 2025
Rockstar wants to stop GTA VI leaks, tells employees to get back in the office
Microsoft's DirectSR aims to unify DLSS, FSR and XeSS
Microsoft breaks users' PCs again with latest Windows 11 update
EA to sunset games, move away from future IPs
Rebels suspected of damaging Red Sea cables responsible for 17% of global internet traffic
Number of data breaches falls globally, triples in the US
Elon Musk sues OpenAI and Sam Altman over breach of contract, for-profit focus, and Microsoft relationship
Musk says OpenAI isn't developing AI to benefit humanity, as promised
What just happened? OpenAI might be struggling to keep track of all the lawsuits launched against it. After being sued by The New York Times and other entities, Elon Musk has become the latest to launch litigation against the ChatGPT maker and CEO Sam Altman. Musk's case isn't over copyright infringement, though; he says the pair have breached their original contractual agreements by putting profit ahead of developing AI that benefits humanity.
Integrated HD external display can host toolbars or utility windows to boost pixel real estate
The hotly anticipated MSI MPG 321URX is finally available. This is the company's take on a 32-inch 4K 240Hz QD-OLED gaming monitor, using new third-gen QD-OLED panels from Samsung.
CNET said the experiment was done "quietly," not "in secret"
WTF?! Sam Bankman-Fried was living the high life in a private villa in the Bahamas, sipping on piña coladas, and rubbing elbows with celebrities and other billionaires. But his lawyers say poor old Sam was miserable that whole time. The courts should take pity because he has a "condition" that no regular person has heard of that makes him incapable of enjoying anything. No. Really. You can't make this up. Read on.
Affordable products don't always providing the most secure smart home experience
Switch 2 could be faster than the Steam Deck
Possibly related to Microsoft's recently-teased "Auto Super Resolution"
Launching across multiple platforms on March 20
Pricing starts at $6.99 a month
Even more difficult to repair than the average iPhone or Mac
Using "borrowed" material for training. Fair use or not?
The bride also gave her point of view
The AI boom will spur unprecedented demand, says Morris Chang
The New York Times is in the middle of a similar lawsuit against OpenAI
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